Thanks Wesley and Robert!
I’ve attached 3 Max patchers with 3 different methods. 2 with js using jit.gl.multiple and iterating in js and one with jit.gl.lua.
the jit.gl.multiple seems to have the performance edge. with jit.gl.lua I haven’t been able to figure out how to set non-relative positions.
My finding is that jit.gl.multiple outperforms anything else I’ve tried.
A few questions stem from this exploration:
1. Is there a way to incorporate the jit.gl.multiple directly into my JS and still pass shader params? Could someone show me how to do this?
4. I’ve seen lots of references to getting more performance out of Max/Jitter using lower level languages…C and Java? What kind of difference could I expect if I eventually explore that route? I basically want to know how many discrete pieces of geometry I can drive through Jitter and maintain 30-60fps. By going the C or Java route, can I expect to be able to throw thousands of gridshapes??? Are there examples out there using C and Java that essentially show off what is possible?
Any comments on improving my max/js/lua code would be appreciated.
Jul 27, 2012 at 1:38am #167854